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Asi Slaves - Significance of K20, K45, K60

Thread Starter: cna   Started: 6/30/2010 6:35 AM   Replies: 1

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  6/30/2010, 6:35 AM
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What is the significance of 20 in K20, 45 in K45 and 60 in K60 in Asi slave devices?



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  6/30/2010, 9:03 PM
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Hello,
K20 are 20 mm wide
K45 are 45 mm wide
K60 are 60 mm wide

The K20 modules are directly mounted without a mounting plate and connected to the AS-Interface using a round cable.

The K60 and K45 modules are mounted with a mounting plate.
The mounting plate is used to receive the AS-Interface flat cables and enables mounting on a wall or standard mounting rail.

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jklm

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